Tysons-Pimmit Regional Library Gets a Facelift; Reopened

Exterior of renovated Tysons-Pimmit Regional Library

Updated Oct. 16, 2017

One of our eight regional library branches, Tysons-Pimmit, is back in business – and looking better than ever! Located at 7584 Leesburg Pike in Falls Church, the library building reopened on Oct. 14 after undergoing an extensive renovation that began in January 2016.

This library branch first opened in 1974 and moved to its current location in 1985. The $5.6 million renovation was funded through the 2012 bond referendum.


“I already feel at home in this gorgeous new building. The staff and I cannot wait for our customers to enjoy this new space. We have a lot of excellent events planned for this fall and winter!” Daniela Dixon, branch manager, Tysons-Pimmit Regional Library


What Improvements Were Made?
Ceiling of renovated Tysons-Pimmit Regional Library

Ceiling of renovated Tysons-Pimmit Regional Library

New and improved features of the 24,521 square-foot building include:

  • New exterior and interior design features
  • Upgrades to building systems
  • Energy efficiency improvements – the project is registered with the certification goal of LEED silver
  • Upgrades to power and technology options such as more public access computers and wireless networking

Also these enhancements:

  • Double gaming console
  • Early literacy station for preschoolers
  • Quiet and group study rooms
  • Large children’s area
  • More community meeting space
  • Coming soon- screen casting abilities in meeting spaces and kids iPad table

Listen to what it takes to get the library stocked and ready for opening day:


Library Location and Hours


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